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  1. 10211 Grand Emporium Ages 16+. 2,182 pieces, US $149.99 CA $199.99 UK £ 139.99 DE € 149.99 Welcome to the grand opening of the Grand Emporium! The LEGO® Modular Buildings series continues with this spectacularly detailed 3-story department store, designed in a realistic scale with lots of special building techniques and rare pieces. On the street outside, citizens carry shopping bags, send letters at the mailbox, admire the window mannequins, and cool off at the ice cream stand while a busy window washer works above. Enter through the revolving door to discover a ground-floor clothing department, complete with a cash register, fitting room, hats, jewelry, perfume, and even a selection of spare trousers. A brick-built escalator carries customers to the second floor housewares department with glassware and golden plates for special occasions, and then it’s up to the top floor for the toy department (complete with toy house and push-scooter) and a great big chandelier above the open atrium. Up on the roof are a billboard and skylight. • Includes 7 minifigures: 1 window cleaner, 1 female shop assistant, 1 genetleman and 1 lady with shopping bags, 1 boy plus 1 male and 1 female mannequin! • Enter the Grand Emporium through a revolving door that really spins! • The first floor has a clothing department with cash register, fitting room, hats, jewelery, perfume and more! • The second floor has a housewares department with glassware and golden plates! • Take the amazing brick-built escalator to the top floor of these 3-story department store! • The top floor is a toy department complete with toy house and push-scooter! • Grand Emporium features a big chandelier above the open atrium and even a skylight! • Lots of realistic details with a rooftop billboard and shoppers with shopping bags! • Raise and lower the window washer outside the building! • Send letters at the mailbox outside the Grand Emporium! • Admire the window mannequins from the street and stop at the ice cream stand for a treat! • Includes new inverted arches and rare elements like transparent 1x1 ‘headlight bricks’ and dark green windows! • Combine with other modular buildings like 10197 Fire Brigade and 10185 Green Grocer! • Measures 15" (38 cm) high and 10" (25 cm) wide! All pictures link to HR images which can be +7000.pxl All Pictures © 2010 The LEGO Group and used here with permission!
  2. I made Instructions for my MOC: 10211 Grand Emporium Alternative buildwith the theme of "Wedding Hall"You can make this Alternative build only using parts of 10211 lego set, without any extra bricks.Model design, Instructions by Inyong Lee Store pages: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Lego-10211-alternative-build-instructions/132595113153?hash=item1edf48dcc1:g:Vs4AAOSwdMBa3hef https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-14248/InyongBricks/10211-alternative-build/
  3. Hi, I'm looking for the instruction manuals for the following sets: 10214 Tower Bridge 10211 Grand Emporium 10218 Pet Shop I'm hoping one or more of you bought multiples of these sets and have spare manuals to sell. Thanks!
  4. With the exception of the 16x32 base plate this model is built using only the parts available in the 10211 Grand Emporium kit. When I set out to build this the only thing I was trying to do is avoid having the facade look like the donor kit. It came out much better than I expected given I only had so many pieces to work with. More pictures of better quality at http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/377737 and information about instructions at http://www.AlteredBricks.com Thanks for looking.
  5. Hi all, here you can see my modded GE, turned into a car museum. It’s based on an earlier MOD some of you might already know, see http://www.flickr.co...er0l/8056214219. I’ve used a second set to enlarge it and built a roof sign. There isn't much of an interior yet, but it may be used as a shelter for the cars. Anyway I am not too fond of interiors you can’t see from the outside – here you can see enough to believe it’s a car museum. It has an open back so that there’s enough light within the building. But the main aspect here is rather the SNOT system used to build streets and pavements completely out of bricks. It's been developed together with my dear friend Altezza (Michael). Actually we don’t know if it has been done like this before – of course there are SNOT streets and pavements, but maybe not exactly combined like this. If it’s already existing, hopefully we may use it. The idea is to completely omit any studded plate as a base for buildings or streets – in our opinion this decreases the possibilities too much, e.g. it’s difficult to build something with an odd width. Plus there is a problem with baseplates being only half as thick as a usual plate. Our suggestion is a more flexible system: Buildings are set upon a kind of strip footing (5 layers, this matches exactly the height of street plus pavement). The holes withing the footing allow to install a cabling between buildings, if you want to have a lighting. Any width is possible. Floors can be built either by SNOT or by studded plates, it’s even possible to save the tiled mosaics of GE and FB on the pavement, as you can see. The width of the pavement (here: 8 studs) must be divisible by two in order to be able to change the direction of the studs SNOT-wise. As you might recognize this is a kind of start of a town layout featuring the cars and a monorail. Later Altezza will join me – at least we try to fix a standard from the beginning so that the layouts can always be combined. Of course all this must be tested further – you can’t think of every requirement in the first place. Any suggestions and questions are welcome, of course. Thanks for looking! Some more pics: